CS employees protests to press Govt over their demands

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By Fast Kashmir on 26/04/2017. 2 Comments

CS employees protests to press Govt over their demands


‘No official business in offices for next two days’

Srinagar, Apr 26: Civil Secretariat Coordination Committee (CSCC) Wednesday held an emergency meeting under the Chairmanship of Ghulam Rasool Mir.
Maqbool Hussain, President Lower Grade Employees Union also participated with all representatives.
The Coordination Committee according to the statement issued to KNS, appreciated the role and support of Secretariat Employees in making today’s call a success.
The Coordination Committee further decided to continue the strike programme to press for fulfilling the demands like detachment of attached staff, resolving of Estates Issues and constitution of committee to inquire into the orders issued by Director Estates with regard to Change of Accommodation/ Fresh allotments of quarters/change of quarters on mutual basis without following proper procedure, Review of Career Progression/cadre review of the employees on the establishment of GAD/Planning/Finance/ Law implementation of Pay Anomaly including 7th pay Commission as implemented on higher ups, Ration problem of Darbar Move Employees, LTC, Med. Allowances, etc. etc. which has been submitted to government from time to time.
It has been decided in a meeting that there shall be no official business in the offices of Civil Secretariat for next two days but employees are allowed to close records of the offices to keep that ready to dispatch to Srinagar in connection with Darbar Move.
It was further resolved to boycott the opening ceremonial ceremony function of offices at Srinagar on 8th May, 2017 (Monday) as a mark of protest for further pressing the Government to fulfill the commitments/demands of employees in a time bound manner.
In case the demands are not attended and fulfilled, the agitation shall continue. (KNS)


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